2020 Fort Bend County Election Updates
A 32-year-old Corpus Christi man has been arrested and charged with the murder of a Rosenberg resident, authorities reported Tuesday.
While the $93.7 million bond for a second football stadium and the $645.2 million bond for new and existing schools get most of the attention, there are two other Lamar Consolidated ISD bond propositions that are also important.
The railroad quiet zone project is one step closer to completion, which means an end in sight is near.
The Trap Neuter Return program has garnered universal approval from Ruby Street residents and Rosenberg City Council members.
On Friday, September 11, 2020 at approximately 10:42pm, officers were dispatched to a residence located in the 1800 block of Callaway Cove Ct, Rosenberg, Texas in reference to a home invasion robbery. Upon arrival, Officers located the homeowner with apparent gunshot wounds. The homeowner id…
Fort Bend County grand jurors indicted eight individuals on a variety of felony offenses.
Just under 116,000 residents have cast ballots in Fort Bend County since early voting began on Oct. 13 — 24% of the 481,813 registered to vote in the Nov. 3 general election.
An internal poll released by Sri Preston Kulkarni’s campaign has the Democratic candidate leading Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls by five percentage points as early voting continues for the Nov. 3 election.
It’s been over a year since the Trap Neuter Return program had been introduced to the city of Rosenberg, and months since council member Kevin Raines expressed concern for its validity in the city.
Fort Bend County voters are coming out in record numbers to vote early in the Nov. 3 elections, county officials reported.
After 20 years with Lamar Consolidated ISD, Superintendent Dr. Thomas Randle annouced during Thursday's LCISD board meeting he plans to retire by the end of the school year, or until the School Board completes the superintendent search process.
In a fast-growing area, especially in Fulshear and the north part of Richmond, there is a need for more schools in the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District.
Some 12,483 voters cast ballots in Fort Bend County on the first day of early voting, election officials announced Thursday morning.
An estimated 12,853 residents in Fort Bend County cast ballots on the first day of early voting Tuesday, about 6,000 less than those who voted early on the first day of the mid-term elections in November 2018.
Lamar Consolidated ISD has four different bond proposals on the ballot this month, which includes a $93.7 million bond for a new football stadium for the district.
AUSTIN - Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas Education Agency (TEA), and the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) today announced the creation of a COVID-19 Rapid Testing Pilot Program for Texas school systems. This program will help schools conduct rapid tests of district employees and…
Construction is abundant in the city of Rosenberg.
Bars in Fort Bend County will be allowed to reopen on Wednesday, but only at 50% capacity, Fort Bend County Judge KP George announced Tuesday.
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- Need help paying rent?
- Commissioners to add more money for rent, small business assistance
- Early voting turnout in Fort Bend setting new records
- Fort Bend County judge allows bars, clubs, taverns, wineries to reopen at 50% capacity
- October proclaimed National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Fort Bend County
- Fort Bend County Judge allows bars to reopen at 50% capacity
- George vows to investigate voting delay
- Should bars reopen right now?
- Countywide body cam policy on Tuesday agenda
- County announces more ballot drop-off locations, but Abbott later bans them
- Council cancels final two workshop meetings of the year
- Council to spend funds from CARES Act
- City prepares for Rosenberg Christmas Nights
- Rosenberg Christmas Nights on council agenda
- Council to discuss city treatment plant contract
- City applies for multi-million dollar grant
- Rosenberg testing water for ‘brain-eating amoeba’
- Report: Some crime up in Rosenberg last month
- Changes made to city’s speed hump policy
- TNR program put on back burner
- City of Richmond to spray for mosquitoes
- Richmond adopts budget
- Richmond’s annual fall clean-up campaign set for Oct. 3, 10 and 17
- Richmond city commissioners plan for community’s growth
- Richmond commissioners to cut tax rate for 11th year
- City of Richmond prepares for Hurricane Laura
- Remembering those who gave all
- Richmond Farmer’s Market begins June 6
- Richmond city commission to meet Monday via teleconference
- City of Richmond annual spring clean-up campaign is canceled
- Needville Runners Group meets Saturday
- Little Mister and Miss Harvest Fest contestants
- Needville Fire Department holds annual Open House
- Needville Fire Department lays out new wildfire prevention strategy
- Needville Citywide Garage Sale scheduled for March 16-17
- Blood drive for Needville resident
- Needville Country Christmas seeks sponsors
- Daniels wins Gator at Harvest Fest raffle
- Needville trustees hear plans for new administration building
- NHS Class of ’68 gets together again
- Fulshear residents mourn the passing of former mayor Randle
- Fun at the Fulshear Farmers Market
- Farmers market funFun at the farmers market
- Fulshear photographer’s portraits of families during the pandemic draws mirth from misery
- Mark Magee
- Fulshear neighborhood holds chalk drawing contest
- Fulshear Police Department to take accept unwanted prescription drugs
- Wooten named 2019 Commissioner of the Year
- Fairchilds Dance Hall
- Zerwas to discuss flood prevention management